ANS 361 • Capitalism, Consumption, and Civil Society in Korea-W
3:30 PM-5:00 PM
This course will examine contemporary Korean capitalism, consumption and civil society, paying particular attention to the shifts and ruptures that have occurred over the last 25 years. How has Korea's political economy shaped Korean society and culture, and vice versa? Is there anything unique or particular about capitalism, consumption, and civil society in South Korea? How does the emperical evidence from Korea help inform general theories of capitalism, consumption, and civil society?
Janelli, Roger. Making Capitalism Koo, Hagen. State and Society in South Korea Lie, John. Korea Unbound